Advertising Opportunities

The World Conference on Tobacco or Health offers a variety of opportunities to promote your company or organisation. Some of the opportunities available are listed below. Find out more details and apply contact

Digital advertising

The conference programme will be available on a conference app. We are able to offer a variety high profile digital advertising opportunities.

Conference app daily banner $2,000

The conference app helps participants navigate the conference, access abstracts, slides and session recordings and plan their agendas. The app provides highly visible advertising opportunities.

Monthly conference newsletter ad $1,000/month

Include a banner or digital ad in the conference newsletter, sent to nearly 30,000 recipients each month from September to March.

Print and on-site advertising

T-shirts, conference bags or lanyards $3,000

Display a company or organisation logo on the delegate conference bags, delegate registration badge lanyards, or T-shirts worn by conference volunteers onsite for the duration of the event.

Conference bag insert $2,000

Include a flyer or leaflet in the conference bags, distributed to all delegates. Four pages maximum, no larger than A4. Space limited.

Literature table $1,000

Display publications, brochures or other literature on a centrally located stand in the exhibition area. 500 pieces, 100 pages maximum, no larger than A4.

Pocket programme $1,000

Include a small ad in our printed pocket programme

Coffee breaks $7,000 per coffee break

Sponsor a mid-morning or mid-afternoon coffee break and have your company’s or organisation’s logo displayed around the coffee stations.

Giveaways in conference bags* $4,000

Include branded giveaways, such as luggage tags, phone chargers, adaptors and more, in the conference bags distributed to all delegates.

* The partner is responsible for production and delivery of the materials to the conference centre unless otherwise stated.

Find out more details and apply contact


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